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Jeremy '£136k a yr' Corbyn doesn't have to worry about 'getting in', he'll just continue to tell poor people to vote for him because some other random rich people are the reason they're poor.

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6 hours ago, Mook said:

Hiking corporation tax from 19% to 26% has now put paid to any hopes he ever had of getting in. Final nail in his coffin.

Old Labour - Tax & spend.  Tax & spend.  spend.  spend.  spend.   Oh.

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11 hours ago, Mook said:

Hiking corporation tax from 19% to 26% has now put paid to any hopes he ever had of getting in. Final nail in his coffin.

To you and me we see the issue with it. but to many they are daft enough to think yeah tax the companies they don't pay enough anyway and make my like easier. The fact it might cause issue to their own job doesn't even cross their minds. 

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He's got to be on the wind up. Let's all vote for him, so he gets in just for a laugh...

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I noticed the Daily Mail is saying thet Labour want to take us back to the 1970s.

They don't like this, because they'd rather take us back to the 1930s.

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Turns out the Tory manifesto has been leaked too...

 

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Finally confirmed, Corbyn and Labour are a car crash...

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They're all a bunch of useless twunts.  May has been very cunning (like a fox she'd happily have ripped to pieces by dogs) in calling an election with no lead time.  No opportunity for a Macron-like party to be founded and beat the sh*t out of the useless tories, labour and lib-dems.

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BBC has the headline "Labour Draft Manifesto Leaked"

I think autocorrect must have added the letter "R" to the second word

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I've read all the available literature and have decided to vote Green...

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*From Viz Comic

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And to be fair, at least the Greens have a sense of humour...

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2 hours ago, garcon magnifique said:

Turns out the Tory manifesto has been leaked too...

 

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On points 2, 7 & 11 she gets my vote.

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11 had already happened as I'm always hungry...

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Tonight BBC1, 19:00:  Andrew Neil interviews Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, ahead of the general election. 

Should be a fun/painful watch depending on your viewpoint. 

I just hope that Jeremy manages to keep his temper. He can get quite snappy, you know (just over 2 mins in) ...

 

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Did you see his interview with Theresa May?  That was excrutiating, she was truly, truly awful.  Corbyn's going to have to go some, even for him, to come out worse.  (I mean actually worse, not what the press say...).

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Tory lead cut to 4 points? Seems a bit close for my liking. Corbyn. PM. Can you imagine?

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1 minute ago, Andrew said:

Tory lead cut to 4 points? Seems a bit close for my liking. Corbyn. PM. Can you imagine?

No, but I could never imagine Trump as a President...

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Speaking of Presidents, are you going to pop along to see Obama as he's in Edinburgh?

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15 hours ago, Andrew said:

Tory lead cut to 4 points? Seems a bit close for my liking. Corbyn. PM. Can you imagine?

I think the pollsters have yet again got it terribly wrong.

I still expect a Tory landslide.

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Despite an absolutely disastrous Tory campaign (the words of a senior Tory grandée, not mine) and a positive Labour campaign that seems to have gained momentum (no pun intended), I agree the polls are as good as meaningless.

It's too easy for people to feel secure in their media bubble, choosing what they read and watch and believing that output alone. Socialists active on Twitter will be convinced of a Corbyn win, middle aged middle class housewives who look at Mumsnet and read the Daily Express will be oblivious to the polls and wider online world, and more to the point will be silent until polling day, when they'll vote Tory because they always have and couldn't conceive of doing otherwise.

I live more in hope than expectation that she doesn't get the majority she wants.

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I'm glad that Andrew Neil asked him my question about Sweden :)

 

 

Corbyn: "I never met the IRA"

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